Last week the pupils focused on Friendship as part of the national ‘anti-bullying’ week. Miss Harmon led an informative assembly and all the classes came up with a slogan to create a friendship poster. The children enjoyed exploring the ideas of friendship and found out new things about each other as a result. Mrs Darvill was particularly impressed by a group of girls who created a poster with some excellent messages and acronyms such as HEARTS (Help, Everyone, And, Respect, The School). Well done girls.
Did Years 3 and 4 have an amazing time during their stay at Minstead Study Centre last week? I think the photos speak for themselves...
As part of their geography unit on rivers and water usage and in preparation for their visit to Wessex Water, Yr 5 have been busy experimenting on how to filter water and which materials would be the most effective.
Year 3/4 have been thinking about why we wear poppies for Remembrance Day. They have created some lovely acrostic poems as well as building Spitfire gliders. Harriet's glider flew the furthest when tested!
As part of their Materials topic, Year 1 pupils have been busy designing. Not only did they do some super outdoor weaving, but they created some wonderful T shirt designs and showed them off at a very swanky fashion show. Don't they look smart!
A great photo from our last Musicians' Assembly!
Year 1 have been learning how to ask and answer the question Comment ca va? The three possible answers were Ca va super, Bof or Ca va terrible, can you guess which answer this photo shows?
Surfers Against Sewage beach cleans are hugely positive community events. In 2016 alone over 12,000 people volunteered to remove 60 TONNES of marine litter from 634 UK beaches. Last week, our pupils wanted to be part of the Be the Change initiative, and show how much they valued and cared about their local beach environment.
Years 5 & 6 did an excellent job clearing the shoreline of rubbish. They were surprised at the vast array of different items they found!